MARE MAKES WAVES
Curtis Miner Architecture knows how to create warm and welcoming spaces. In this Vineyard Medical building connecting Valley Women’s Health and Alpine Pediatrics, the Mare pattern extends from the ground floor to the second floor for an unforgettable surface. With a smaller feature wall opposite the grand wall, connection, movement and warm waves fill this medical lobby.
With a facde of glass that pours natural light and the addition of lighting and shadows under the staircase, Curtis Miner Architecture makes Mare memorable.
Warm and welcoming spaces
WALLS THAT WOW
Connection, movement and warm waves
Get to know Curtis Miner Archtiecture…
‘Founded in 1998, Curtis Miner Architecture (CMA) has grown from humble beginnings to a full service Utah architectural firm made up of experienced and friendly professionals.
Our unique design approach begins with careful listening and learning about our clients’ needs which includes social, historical, political and physical design context. We organize the project team early. The best partnering comes when this team consists of client and user representatives, contractors, government officials, community and other involved stakeholders. This inclusive team invites the best collaborative thinking and input. We synthesize data and develop architectural design solutions based on input from the project team which translates into consensus building around a single solution. We prepare clear and precise documents that facilitate efficient and trouble-free construction. We are successful when our clients are successful.’
Lighting and shadows make Mare memorable